Under The Radar: Detlef
The Greek artist plays a special extended All Night Long set for us this Friday, 8th February. Ahead of the night, he shares his thoughts on five emerging producers...
Alexander Georgiandis, AKA Detlef has garnered a reputation as one of the most exciting names on the European house music scene. Releases on Hot Creations, Relief and Lee Foss’ Repopulate Mars label has taken Detlef to some of Europe’s biggest events, including Jamie Jones’ Paradise parties at DC10, The Warehouse Project, Creamfields and The BPM Festival to name a few. Enjoying a wealth of success over the last few months, Detlef plays a special extended All Night Long set for us this Friday, 8th February.
Ahead of the night, he shares his thoughts on five emerging producers who we should keep an eye out for this year…
Edmund’s productions are particularly authentic - making them incredibly unique. His synth and bassline selection is so good that there hasn’t been a track by him I haven’t played yet.
Roger That has been releasing records which have held a place in my sets for over a year now. His productions are based on simplicity - the way he mixes vocals, beats and basslines is great. These are really vibey club-ready tracks that work for dancefloors all over the world.
Rebüke has very quickly made his mark by developing his own trademark sound. He cleverly uses strong synths and breakdowns, allowing his productions to move from clubs to festivals. His arrangements are genius.
He’s been making some great tunes lately, a lot of which I’ve been supporting. It’s not the typical tech house that has been out there recently. His productions are super cool, not too heavy and still work great in a set. Being able to do that makes him a wicked producer.
David’s tracks hold so much groove. Although they are outwardly simple productions, there’s a lot of hard work in them, rather than loops from start to end. The sound quality is also amazing. So, not only do I like his records, he’s a very skilled producer.